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are in it. we better be in it to win it. if there is doubt we get out. win it means gadhafi goes and america gets to get out of there. and let the people of why create their own government. choose their own leader. and america, no nation building, we get out, we take care of our affairs elsewhere. >> greta: one he steps down. two he goes into exile and leaves libya and three he is captured and stands trial and four he's killed. which should be the goal? >> i think gadhafi is going to end up dead through this mission. whether it is at the hands of the rebels who have turned on him. or whether it is at the hands of america and her allies as we are engaged in in no-fly zone. which again, seems to be turning into much more. i think at the end of the day gadhafi is not gonna go willingly. >> greta: is it a failure on our part if we turnover command and control to someone else to nato or france or whatever. and gadhafi is still in power s that a failure on our part? >> america will have failed. -- if we turnover command and control of this mission and the mission of ousting gadhafi is not fulfille
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involved in conflicts similar to the one in libya. how about that? another issue out there is, will america be convinced when the president brings this to america, will he be able to convince folks this is the right thing to do? >> a big concern in the headlines across the pains this week, what is thend game? where to we get out? what is the end game? and president obama telling lawmakers on the phone yesterday, that, look, our roll in libya is starting to ratchet down and there is in call for any sort of assassination attempt by the u.s. government against muammar qaddafi, that it is purely a military operation to degrade his air force, the radar towers and to protect the citizens. that's the goal. we are ratcheting down. >> the united states would have to officially declare war to take him out. >>dave: that will not happen. that is in the going to happen. we did not assassinate world leaders. does our posturing make the united states look weak? general weighed in on that last night on "the factor." >> there is a growing perception that the united states has a weak president and, clearly,
qadhafi. that's where america has legitimate interests to prevent him from returning to terrorism and the pursuit of nuclear weapons. it is a mistake to go in under this gauzey i am precise objective of -- imprecise objective to protect civilians. between you believed in the humanitarian america the president says we are after the biggest threat to the libyan people is qadhafi. how can you not remove him if you expect to protect the people. >> greta: i didn't understand what the president said. >> i didn't either. >> greta: good. it seems like the president said, i get he wants him to leave. he didn't say he wanted to kill him or remove him or we should do that. so i'm confused as to why we went in there? number two, what our goal is? how long we going to be there? how we are going to achieve that goal and get out? we are trying to pretend like we are not leading this, but we are. >> the president is close to doing the right thing for the wrong reason if he doesn't follow through on the logic whatever you think now that we have attacked libya we have to remove qadhafi. because if
. then you have to decide is that a person you trust, at a time when america clearly needs to have veryrtundamental challenges. >> greta: you have now converted to catholicism, when and why? >> it was a long process. calista was born into a catholic church and very devout. she sings in the choir as a spouse i went in a supportive way. over time, being there, participating, experiencing the mass, i tell people it wasn't so much that i converted as it was that i god wallly became catholic and one morning realized what happened. i find it a -- nurturing and comforting experience ands that made me feel more at peace than any other time in my life. >> greta: more with newt gingrich. straight ahead, you just heard from newt gingrich. do not go away. there are four more. hear from the other four possible presidential contenders in iowa. rick santorum is next. also admit, you have been waiting for this. more breaking news about charlie sheen. first his tv show was put on hiatus. then his children were taken away. now a bigger bombshell. we'll tell you what is going on with charlie sheen, stay tun
the same promise after becoming president. he said gitmo had to go. >> i want america once again to be a beacon of fry dom, where everybody says, america -- of freedom, where everybody says america, that flag represents rule of law and due process that's why we are going to close guantanamo. we should lied by setting a higher of example of civil liberties and civil rights and due process, which is why we should close guantanamo across america i have met patriots who love their country. but are embarrassed about abu ghraib and embarrassed about guantanamo. >> greta: well now things have changed, big time. yesterday the president sign add executive order that could keep prisoners at gitmo for an indefinite amount of time. why the gitmo promise reversal? go to and answer this poll question. what did president obama break his promise on gitmo? a, circumstances changes. b, he was inexperienced and promising recklessly. or c, he will close gitmo later. vote in our online poll. >> here's what is coming up on the o'reilly fact for. >> now the far left sis radical conservati
plan two years ago was a great idea and would help create jobs in america. >> greta: so they are dead wrong. >> i got john@q taylor and other economists suggesting that cutting spending would lead to a better environment for job creation in america. we've got a spending problem. we've got to cut spending. the more spending we cut is the more money available in the private sector to help create jobs. >> greta: do you think the president think there's a spending problem? does he have a different ideology -- >> i talked to him yesterday. i think he understands we have a spending problem. >> greta: did he say mr. speak they are is what i think we should do? >> i don't want to get into details of my conversation with the president. i do think he understands there's a spending problem. >> greta: how often do you talk to the president? >> every couple weeks or so. >> greta: how about to harry reid? >> a little more often. >> greta: daily. >> not quit yet. >> greta: is it warm and fuzzy or cold and chilly? >> i've had a good relationship with the senate democrat leader. he's got a tough job.
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. in the united states is that it, no assimilation, america first and the faith second? >> i ended prime minister -- i entered prime minister cameron's speech into my speech because i think it is crucial people understand -- the reason we formed our organization is terrorism is a symptom one of the violent end points a symptom of a core problem an inability of some muslim youth to bond and notify with the west that societies that have a separation of mosque or church and state. they don't feel their identity belongs here. they feel it is godless. they listen to propaganda that tells them americans are islam, and muslims. the propaganda feeds into the separatism. >> greta: many of us were horrified when we found out reverend wright was saying hateful things against white americans in his church. is it happening in some, not all, but in some mosques? is it being preached there? where does this come from? >> we need look no further than nadal hasan. he got radicalized over a process. his imam allow can i was -- his imam before he game wanted, he was in denver, san diego, now every muslim group act n
. for weeks the president was all of those things. he seemed to be detached. he went off to south america and didn't seem to pay a lot of attention and interest to what was going on in libya. he seemed disinterested from the beginning. he didn't come on any of what was going on in libya as the world was commenting and in a sense choosing sides or trying to influence events. the president waited five full days and made an off hand comment at a press conference. we didn't see this president really engaged. if the president's decision was this was not in the national security of this country to engage in libya, that we had no dog in this fight, that we didn't feel comfortable the protesters and rebels were folks we could deal with and we wouldn't be better off with them as opposed to gadhafi that's a policy many go out and state that and make the case to the american public. he didn't do that he didn't do anything until the united nations sort of forced his hand. >> greta: it can often be different when you look from the outside towards the inside, we you are on the inside. two things caught
for help from the libyan people themselves. moreover, america has an important strategic interest in preventing gadhafi from overrunning those who oppose him. a massacre would have driven thousands of additional refugees across libya's borders. putting enormous strains on the peaceful, yet fragile transitions in egypt and tunisia. >> greta: donald trump is also talking about libya. he's showing us his birth certificate. why? donald trump wants the president to show his. he will go on the record and tell you himself. >> first, breaking news, sarah palin joins us with reaction to the president's speech. governor, having her the speech what is the reason that you understand to be why we are -- why we participated in this military action in libya? >> i think that was a profoundly disappointing speech. it proved that the obama doctrine still full of chaos and questions. it is dodgey, dubious. good question that you asked. we are not hearing from our president what is the end game here? with gadhafi still in power, if we're not going to oust him via killing or capturing, there is no acc
disappointing we didn't hear that commitment from our president that america's interests lie in gadhafi being ousted. without that being met, i have to again ask why in the world will our military might be used according to the u.n. and arab league desires and nato's leadership in this skirmish or this war or whatever it is that obama calls it or doesn't want to call it. >> greta: usually on speeches like this, there are two purposes. one substantively to explain to the american people why we are doing the military action, whatever. the other to inspire us to feel proud of what we are doing and this is the right decision. i thought tonight that he felt -- that he had a flat delivery. that he lost the inspiration part. so it was hard to be convinced of the substantive purpose part. >> well, he did not articulate what our purpose was. except some inconsistent humanitarian effort in libya. yet, the inconsistency lies with the questions now being asked, why not darfur, north korea? what are we going to do about syria? all these other areas where i guess america could intervene with our power and
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100 company, multi-national base in america that said, regulation comes about in washington often with laudable intent. what in turn happens unintended consequences then the intent of the regulation is totally soured by what it causes and the harm it causes to people trying to make it in this country. so, we do have to do that it calls on all of us to look to the agencies in washington and say, okay, are you doing your job? are you doing the job with bearing in mind we need sensible regulation. we are not talking about ideological purity legislation. the type that may look good in theory. let's weigh it the facts and what impact it will have on job creators. >> greta: let me ask you about the continuing resolution. the budget is well overdue. now we have another two or three week continuing resolution because we can't get a budget to finish the end of the year. how do the american people get the house, senate and white house to do a budget? >> listen we've been asking that question. i think we've always said we are not coming to shutdown the government. we want to cut spending tha
strong enough to run on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america. it takes knowing we have our work cut out for us. but if you run before the wind you can't take off. you've got to turn into it. the thing you push against lifts you up. so, every challenge is a chance to show that even in this crazy world of no liquids and route cancellations someone still has the passenger's back. and along the way we'll prove we're not just building a bigger airline we're building a better one. number's up. and some of right now estimates are about 500,000 people in japan without homes. homes either crushed or just simply wash the out to sea and it gets worse. there are are not enough shelters, not enough food. and one earthquake and tsunami survivor is joining us on skype along with relief worker ken joseph. >> you have a surviver this. tell us what it was like? >> he was at the airport and he is just telling us the tsunami came in and he held on for dear life. he was on the second floor and survived and waited on the roof for help to come. >> greta: and in terms of where were you, ken, when
for the governor of wisconsin. most people in america know who and he's only been in office for about two months. prominent republicans across america are supporting him. do wisconsin republicans still have his back? will some republicans start to keep their distance? let's ask karl rove. how is governor walker doing state-wise? >> his numbers are dropping. you are in the middle of a controversy. your state capitol looks like a mess with tens of thousands of protesters. no matter where you are on this issue if you look at the pictures you saw last night of the state capitol, it ain't pretty. >> greta: in terms of this issue, collective bargaining, not every state has collective bargaining. to what extent it is going to be the political issue in 2012? >> i doubt it is going to be an issue wide. the president is stuck on this issue. he has governors who preside overstates, battle ground states that prohibit collective bargaining. while this is a convenient political target for him in the short run, kick around walker in wisconsin, it is a bad issue for him because he has to explain why he would be
and explained the mission in a usa op-ed saying our neighbors in the america are bound to us by shared history, value and interest and i will convey that we are partners in progress, strengthening the partnerships advance the common prospect and security of our people creating new jobs and growth, and helping our people remain an engine of strength and opportunity for all hour people. and the president is traveling with his daughter, first lady and mother-in-law, scheduled to be back in washington on wednesday. back to you. >> thank you. it seems incredible to me that we're talking about military intervention, no-fly zone, and potentially the president of the united states is down in brazil and maybe ordering american air force to go ... >>alisyn: military action. allyally if we enter a third war in the muslim world, it seems like a weird tone to have the president leave the united states right now. does it strike you? >>alisyn: critics say this feels leak a vacation, going to to rio with his family. his mother-in-law is along but the white house has said that they want to stay focused on mess
to run on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america. forty years ago, he wasn't worried about retirement. he'd yet to he of mutual funds, iras, or annuities. back then, he had something more important to do. he wasn't focused on his future but fortunately, somebody else was. at usaa we provide retirement solutions for our military, veterans and their families. from investments... to life insurce... to health care options. learn more with our free usaa retirement guide. call 877-242-usaa. >> greta: president obama says he's getting us out of libya in a few days. is that going to happen? former secretary of state kissinger joins us. if we get out of libya to whom do we turnover the libyan fight to? who gets it france, nato? >> i don't understand what the phrase we are getting out of libya means. i suppose we are going to turn it over to a some kind of a nato command or british command. but we are in libya. we are committed in a way. and if gadhafi now stays in power, and if libya gets partitioned, which would be the result, it will be absolutely incomprehensible, why we mounted
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the life you live... and the life you want to live. >> from america's news headquarters, i'm marianne raferty, two cargo planes going to indonesia. the violence intensifying as armed rebels try to topple muammar al-qaddafi's regime. at least 37 people reported dead in the latest clashes. two civilian planes scheduled to bring home foreign workers trying to escape. new video showing a huge fire tearing through a slum in mumbai, india, burning through the homes of thousands of people on friday. so far, it isn't clear how many victims were injured. there are no reports of any deaths. in florida, a wildfire burning 26 square miles in two central counties. forestry officials say it will take a week to fully contain it. it is 25 miles north of the kennedy space center, burning since monday. now back to "on the record." for your latest headlierngs go to >> greta: a battle over a bill in tennessee involving sharia law. some say islam is under attack. and the two bills are untons caution al. supporters of the bill say tennessee needs protection from sharia law. explai
sooner or later being shot down by vastly superior airpower the united states of america. i think it would have a significant effect on their desire to carry out qadhafi's orders. >> greta: i don't have a lot of time left. i'm curious about your trip to north africa and the middle east. anything you want to tell us that you've learned from this trip? >> we should be excited. we should be exuberant, triumph of these young people one of the most incredible experiences that i've ever had. it is fraught with danger by being hijacked by the extremists, either the muslim brotherhood on the one side or old regime on the other. we should be assisting them where they seek our assistance. we should be investing, helping them create jobs. this is an incredible testimony to social networking. most popular man in tunisia today i was told is mr. zuckerberg. what they did was an incredible thing. a young man who graduated from college could not sell fruit and vegetables, prep evented by the police, burned himself to death and that spread throughout the entire region and surprised us all. >> gret
strong enough to run on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america. >> greta: can you imagine this? a president threatening his people telling them he will show no mercy. libya's leader muammar qadhafi is threatening to attack his own people in benghazi the second largest city. earlier today he told the people we are coming for you, no mercy. an hour later the u.n. authorizes all necessary measures can be taken by member nations to protect civilians. that includes airstrikes and a no-fly zone many protesters demanded that he leave more than a month ago. the obama administration has wavered over supporting a no-fly zone until this week. japan, getting worse by the minute. our state department is telling americans to leave. the quake struck friday followed by a tsunami now a nuclear and humanitarian crisis has ceased the country. half a million in shelters. no one knows what is going to happen. as far as president obama, he's packing for a five day trip to brazil, chile and el salvador. should he be heading to brazil while all this is going on? he has already taken heat for unveiling
need to let the coalition know we are going in as nato but america is fully committed to helping nato replace this guy. the opposition should know you have to fight but we will be there with you. the inner circle of gadhafi needs to know it is a matter of time. make a decision now while you can to get rid of this guy. my belief is he goes when his own people turn on him. if they feel the wrath of the coalition and libyan people is uncompromising they are going to turn on gadhafi. the message the president sent last night is wrong. the message should be he's going to go and all options on the table to make him go exist. >> greta: go, is exile in your idea? you don't care where he goes? >> i don't care where he goes. [ talking over each other ] >> he's not going to rule libya. if he does in any fashion he will come after our interests in the mideast. he will create tyranny for everybody who tried to relays him. you think oil prices are high now, let him come back into power. >> greta: if you had this conversation with president obama what do you think he would say back? >> lindsey we ha
airline mis. >> from america's news headquarters, i'm ainsley earhardt. secretary of state hillary clinton is warning that libya could slip into a civil war unless muammar al-qaddafi steps down right now. the violence already the bloodiest of the recent uprisings in the middle-east. more than 100,000 refugees have fled. two u.s. warships will pass through the suez canal on wednesday, off the libyan coast as military options will be considered. the unrest in libya has oil prices topping $100 a barrel in early trading overseas. crude briefly going over the $100 mark on the new york exchange on thursday. a $99.63 close, the highest since september of 2008. gas prices continuing to climb. triple-a reporting the national average for a gallon of regular $3.38. i'm ainsley earhardt. back to "on the record." governr rick scott is in washington, d.c., meeting with other governors trying to get people to visit the sunshine state. he went on the record. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. nice being here. >> greta: this is our tourism spot you came to steal our tourists. >> we want all of them to co
and spread of islam in tennessee and american society. we've got act for america is really big here. real active opposition to the building of several mosques, people marching in the streets. lawsuits that say islam is not a religion. there's polling recently showed 67% of the state believe that muslims have the same civil rights as everyone. 30% said no, islam constitutionally protected. >> greta: even for those who think islam is a political ideology, not a religion, have they said how they explain if they agree those who practice sharia law agree civilian law trumps it, have they sort of factored against the first amendment? >> they say the first amendment doesn't apply? -- doesn't apply. they have this argument that every muslim is lying. they say their faith allows them to lie about following the constitution. they are convinced that it is not about a religion. >> greta: where is -- where does sharia law come in conflict with civilian law? >> they would say sharia law doesn't allow freedom of he lidge john. the argument made in this bill is that people who are muslim are required by
to court? . a woman in virginia does. the monkey is a seven week old native to south america. during her hearing she referenced her daughter and pointing to the monkey resting in her bra. she told the judge she bought the animal for an online automatic -- bought the animal from an online shun. >> the president welcomed the 2010 stanley cup champions the chicago blackhawks to the white house. the team was honored a final time for their big win last season as they presented the president with a jersey and his own stanley cup. >> the president: thank you. there we go! we even got some blood on here, it is authentic. fantastic. what else we got here? >> stanley cup. >> the president: look at this. can i say that when i first saw this, i thought it looks so much bigger on tv. >> greta: congratulations to the blackhawks. we are all going to be hockey fans now the nfl is going un. >> breaking news in the sports world. the relationship has taken an ugly turn. negotiations have collapsed. the layers have gone to federal court. the pliers who filed to decertify themselves are suing the nfl and see
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